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mark l. walberg: welcome to antiques roadshow from spokane. my aunt thought they were junk and didn't want them and threw them in a trash can out back, and my mom dug them out of the trash can, and has had them all these years. appraiser: we can sort of see that it's had a little bit of a hard life. you mentioned that it had been shot. that's the story. strange. very strange. stay tuned for another surprising hour of antiques roadshow. captioning sponsored by subaru, liberty mutual, the corporation for public broadcasting and viewers like you announcer: now, the people who make antiques roadshow possible. at subaru, we're building vehicles like the outback, with symmetrical all-wheel drive and plenty of cargo room, for those who love to collect and collect what they love. subaru-- a proud sponsor of antiques roadshow. girl: okay, now you go over here. announcer: some of the most important things passed down through generations have nothing to do with dna. liberty mutual, proud sponsor of antiques roadshow. girl: say "cheese." and by contributions to your pbs station from: weome to a
. >> reporter: the spokane county fair is traditionally a place for families to get together. but officials at a nearby mental institution somehow it was also the perfect setting for a field trip. during that outing, a convicted killer ditched his chaperones and vanished. a police manhunt is now under way. searching everything from transient camps for man, phillip paul. he had been committed by reason of insanity and even his own brother says he's dangerous. >> i have a concern. because i don't feel that he's in a good mental state. i want people to be cautious. >> reporter: after learning of his escape, fair goers were wondering why such a dangerous person was out in public in the first place? >> this is scary. having a 3-year-old and a wife with me. >> it would be nice to know that there was a killer on the loose. >> reporter: officials from eastern state hospital waited a full two hours before calling police. during that lag time, police say paul was spotted wandering into this spokane business. and asking for a job application. >> he came in here, asked me if we were hiring. i said not
story out of spokane, washington. really disturbing. this known killer is on the looser in a spokane, washington. in 1987, 1987, phillip arnold paul slashed a woman's throat was acquitted by reason of insanity and was later committed to a mental institution. during a so-called field trip to the spokane county fair on wednesday, paul escaped and hasn't been seen since. >> there was a red wind breaker over a blue t-shirt, blue jeans and he is carrying a blue backpack. >> authorities say his escape wasn't reported for more than two hours, giving him a long head start on police who continue a widespread search. joining us on the phone from spokane, sergeant dave reagan. public information office we are the spokane county sheriff's office. thank you for joining us. >> you're welcome. >> let me ask you about this story. it is very disturbing. not only because there is this very dangerous man, this schizophrenic now on the loose, but i think it raises real questions about what was he doing, if he was insane, out at a county fair? >> as i understand it, part of the process for determining wh
night. mark l. walberg: welcome to antiques roadshow from spokane. my aunt thought they were junk and didn't want them and threw them in a trash can out back, and my mom dug them out of the trash can, and has had them all these years. appraiser: we can sort of see that it's had a little bit of a hard life. you mentioned that it had been shot. that's the story. strange. very strange. stay tuned for another surprising hour of antiques roadshow. captioning sponsored by subaru, liberty mutual, the corporation for public broadcasting and viewers like you announcer: now, the people who make antiques roadshow possible. at subaru, we're building vehicles like the outback, with symmetrical all-wheel drive and plenty of cargo room, for those who love to collect and collect what they love. subaru-- a proud sponsor of antiques roadshow. girl: okay, now you go over here. announcer: some of the most important things passed down through generations have nothing to do with dna. liberty mutual, proud sponsor of antiques roadshow. girl: say "cheese." and by contributions to your pbs station from: w
hiding out in a gully within a wooded area a couple hundred miles from the spokane county fair that he ran away from four-days ago. they theorized paul planned this at attempted escape. he stocked up on freeze dried food had all of his belongings from the field trip from which he ran. washington state killer has been captured. we are taking a look at high profile arrest of a terror suspect in denver. when he was planning to blow up new york city landmarks why is he only charged with -- they are not to seek reelection for the good of the democratic party. hi i am geraldo rivera. those questions answered shortly. up front i can't resist beginning with john edwards. >> every single candidate for president republican and democratic have personal lives that indicate something about the kind of human being they are. >> if i was dave matthews i would sue because among the many sleazy revelations in the secret but wide linked book proposal former senator and major shmuck john edwards promised the love child the day he married rielle hunter in a rooftop ceremony in new york. that is edward's cu
arnold paul was on a field trip to a spokane fair. when he escaped from minders. he murdered an elderly woman and history of escape is allowed to go out in public. in virginia, a man suspected of killing four people in a home near richmond. police are looking for a 20-year-old man suspected of murder, robbery and grand larceny. the prosecutor says that he's armed and dangerous and the identities and the cause of death have not yet been released. good news for goodyear. goodyear tire workers in six states will be spared from cut baches thanks to a four year contract an approved on friday. the deal with the united steel workers covers more than 10,000 workers and ensures factories in ohio, new york, kansas, virginia, and north carolina will remain open. one plant in tennessee is not protected. 600 workers there will receive buyouts. that's a quick look at your news headlines. just days after president obama announced he was scrapping a missile defense plan from eastern europe, russia says it's doing away with its plans in a region near pole land. the obama administration says the sdis was
of spokane, the great falls with the water pouring forth. and it's all very dramatic. this is done through lithography, and they would have used more than one plate to get the various shades and colors. this was done in 1905. the inset showing fort wright is there, because fort wright is not in that grid pattern. it's farther down the river, but it was important to the settlement. what did you pay for this at the auction? uh, $400. you paid $400 for this. let me tell you something. if this was in a shop, they would have this at about $5,500 to $6,000. whoa! wow! it is really wonderful. the fact that something so big lasted in such good condition for so long is really remarkable. oh, well, thank you. so, yeah. that's great. this belonged to my husband's grandparents from california. they built their house in the 1900s, and they filled it full of stickley pieces, and my husband inherited this piece after they passed away. it is indeed a great piece of gustav stickley. what's interesting about this piece is that it's a little bit later in gustav stickley's production. we know that several way
at a mental hospital were visiting the spokane county faye. a representative said it had become concerned about the time type of patients allowed to participate in such outings. >> i think the questions that are being raised are absolutely appropriate and the governor and i this morning when we spoke some of the most serious questions i have about this are the policies and the procedures that led to the outing, the choice of the outing. >> paul was committed after he was found not guilty by reason of insanity in a 1987 slaying of an elderly woman. he escaped in 1991 during a day trip to a washington lake and was later recaptured. >>> an aspiring rapper who posted songs on his web page about the thrill of murder is a suspect in the deaths of four people. yesterday virginia police arrested the man. on friday they discovered four bodies near richmond home of a university professor. he was arrested at a richmond airport. police say he was waiting for a flight back to california. it isn't clear if he knew the victims e.'s charged with murder, robbery and grand larceny. >>> the father of a 4-ye
killer in washington. hes escaped to the spokane county interstate fair and authorities warned the longer he goes without his meds, well, the more dangerous he could become. he brutally murdered an elderly couple in the '80's and was committed after being acquitted by reason of insanity. forbes on fox are returns now. for the latest headlines log on to foxnews.com. >> to the czar wars! lawmakers on both sides of the aisle telling him to cool it with the czars but neil says our economy needs more of them. neil, make the case. that's a tough one. >> there's nothing wrong with czars. it's just a bureaucrat. the only thing we don't like it is that it sounds russian which is almost as bad as sounding french. it is not that we have too many. it is that we have the wrong kind. why don't we have a czar against corruption, a czar against tax increases, a czar who would look over cost benefits and make sure we're not implementing stupid policy which does not benefit us nearly as much as the cost? >> jack, do you think we need more czars? >> absolutely not. we need fewer. we have upwards of 30, 35 d
. he slipped away from mental health staff members during a field trip to spokane. >>> in florida police want to question a man about the deaths of six people. the man's wife and five young children found dead in an apartment near naples over the weekend. police believe that the man flew to haiti before the bodies were found. the children ranged from 11 months to 9 years old. >>> amazing coast guard rescue video. from astoria, oregon. the crew came to the rescue of one hang guider, a pilot, when he crashed into the pacific, it happened at the cape lookout friday but officials want released video to show just how much danger the glider was in while he treaded water. the coast guard successfully rescued the man who was then taken to the hospital. >>> we certainly know that the stars are big and bright, deep in the heart of texas. >> in amarillo residents got a rare glimpse of the vessel that gets up close and personal with the stars. a piggyback for the space shuttle discovery. stopped at rick husband international jaicialt where -- airport where the carrier refueled on its way back
at the university. >>> a killer on the loose in spokane, washington. a state hospital took the man on the a trip to the fair and he escaped. he was diagnosed as being criminally insane and schizophrenic. an apartment fire which sent five people to the hospital has been ruled an arson. it happened 7:00 yesterday morning at a five-story building on 13th street northwest. firefighters rescued 18 people using ladders including two children taken to a nearby hospital. >>> the jewish new year begins at sundown tonight. president obama says in a video message that the holy days should be an opportunity for israel and its arab neighbors to repair their relationships. the holiday ends on sunday night. >>> well, looks like we might be in for good weather. hopefully not too much rain. we will check in with kim martucci to see what the forecast holds. >> how about this? after a couple of days of clouds, cool weather and rain we will do a weather 180 in time for the weekend. let's get started with our temperatures. 63 inside the beltway and hanging on to the 50s in culpeper and faulkier county. to the east,
institute field trip. 57-year-old philip a. paul was at the spokane fair yesterday. apparently he took off. in the early 1990s, paul was committed after he was convicted of murdering an elderly woman and burying her in a garden. at the time paul said voices in his head told him she was a witch. four years later he knocked a deputy unconscious after he was caught trying to escape. investigators say they believe paul may be headed to the spokane area to his parent's home in sunny side. today his brother reminded us that he can still be very dangerous. >> they teased a mental ill person, and he went off, you know, he went off on them. and hurt about four jailers. >> his brother adds that he was a wrestler in high school and therefore is very strong and began hearing these voices in his head when he was in high school. cops say they are concerned he will grow increasingly unstable without his medication. anyone who cease him should call 911. police say they have the man who murdered yale grad student annie le. now there are reports another arrest could be on the way. cops arrested raymond clar
. >>> welcome back to prime news on hln. an insane killer escaped at the spokane county fair in washington. why would anyone take the criminally insane on a field. >> translator: the fair on family day? fortunately this guy was recaptured without anyone getting hurt. he was on the run for four days. how is he going on a field trip on family day? unbelievable. where is the common sense? i want to hear from you, 1-877-tell-hln. unreal. we want to hear from you on this one as well. this just coming in, shocking revelations the night that haleigh cummings vanished, misty's brother tells the cops misty wasn't home. cops say misty had been inconsistent. we know that since day one. could this be why? hours ago, investigators drained a pond nearby as well. a lot to get you updated in. we welcome back hln law enforcement analyst mike brooks and t.j. hart 97.3 fm in gainesville, florida. t.j., let's hit on what tommy croslin is say something. >> he said i was called by ronald. ronald was at work. he had not been able to reach misty by telephone. he called tommy to go down and check. they live a few yards
to the spokane county fair on family day? this is a situation that in my opinion should not have happened. >>> authorities go on to say paul left the institution with a backpack full of clothes, food and a guitar. so it appeared he wasn't planning to come back. sheriffs say they were not even told about it until two hours later. the head of state social services has suspended field trips for mental patients while an investigation is conducted. >>> a wisconsin man dime his rescue during a bank robbery. see for yourself. take a look. the wife was near by -- it happened so fast. talking to a teller when a guy came up demanding money. the husband came from the back of the room and made and astounding tackle. >> kind of nice to know somebody like that would take the time or, you know, put himself in harm's way to, you know, at least you know, present everybody's interests here, you know? so -- >> especially his wife. >> you nerve you know what's going to happen. >> it take as hero. it takes guts. >> the man's wife ended up helping bank employees detain the guy until police could arrive. >>> a
month. joining us from washington state university is a reporter of our nbc affiliate khq in spokane, washington. what is the latest? they're saying it's easing. with 2,000 students suspected at one point in time, that's pretty scar scary. >> about 2,500 at one time had the symptoms. it's a campus about an hour and a half south of spokane, washingt washington, the major population area around here. last week they were seeing students, 150 at the time coming into the health services building here with symptoms for h1n1 virus. over the weekend that has slowed to about 60 for all three days, sunday monday and of course saturday. they're not sure if that's because it was a holiday weekend and people were gone from the school or whether or not it is easing up. they'll know a littlele bit more about that by the end of the day. with me now is dr. dennis garcia with the washington state university health services. thank you for joining us. you were talking earlier about the h1n1 virus and the symptoms. we said maybe it's easing, maybe it's not. >> we're not sure, really. again, we had a thre
criminally insane murderer allowed to go on a field trip to the spokane county fair. he slipped his chaperons and vanished into the crowd of families who had no idea such a field trip was going on. even worst, police say the mental hospital didn't call authorities for help for two hours. >> it is very frustrating, very surprising we weren't put on notice immediately. >> reporter: especially considering paul's background. he had been committed by reason of insanity for the 1987 killing of an elderly woman. experts say most state mental hospitals allow supervised outings but the key is determining who should go and how they should be handled. in this case an employee's union official say it never should have happened because hospital staff warned supervisors it was a bad idea. secretary of health services has a critical incident review and immediate lockdown on any of future outings. now that he is in custody officials can breathe easier that no one was hurt while he was on the lose. the focus now will be on preventing something like this from ever happening again. neal karlinsky, abc news, sea
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trip in plain straight clothes to, of all places, the spokane county fair. he slipped his chaperones and vanished into the crowd of families who had no idea such a field trip was going on. even worse, police say the hospital didn't call authorities for help for two hours. >> it is very frustrating, very surprising that we weren't put on notice immediately. >> reporter: especially considering paul's background. he had been committed by reason of insanity for the 1987 killing of an elderly woman. experts say most state mental hospitals allow supervised outing, but the key is determining who should go, and how they should be handled. in this case, an employee's union official said it never should have happened, because hospital staff warned supervisors it was a bad idea. washington's secretary of social and health services has ordered a review of the event, and an immediate lockdown on future outings at any of the state's three mental hospitals. the man who says he hears voices in his head may have had a plan. he took $50 and extra clothes in a backpack before walking away. neal karlins
him and 30 other patients on an annual field trip to the spokane county fair. a decision that sparked outrage. >> i was a little bit shocked that if, indeed, that type of person was out here. >> reporter: paul's own brother expressed his disbelief in a telephone interview with khq. >> reporter: today state officials are reviewing the program. >> we have to look at whether or not going out on outings as part of the therapeutic treatment for our patients is indeed a practice that we need to continue. >> reporter: officials say paul may have planned the escape. he left little clothing behind and was last seen with a backpack. michael oku, nbc news, los angeles. >>> there's more ahead on "nightly news" tonight as we continue a new warning about the accelerating meltdown in the arctic. later ahead of tonight's big game on nbc, we'll tour the dallas cowboys incredible new stadium. what does a billion dollars get you these days? triglycerides are still out of line? then you may not be seeing the whole picture. ask your doctor about trilipix. statin to lower bad cholesterol, along with diet,
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walked away from a group of patients during a field trip to a county fair in spokane on thursday. and now, state officials are facing intense criticism for allowing paul, who has a violent criminal past, to be on that field trip. he was committed to a mental hospital after he admitted to killing an elderly woman back in 1987. paul, who is schizophrenic said he killed her because he thought she was a witch. >>> we all know that our cars are a big source of green house gases. a culprit in global warming, but some of our food is a concern as well. cows and sheep is responsible for 18% of green house gases. researchers are looking at a way to reduce that by feeding the animals garlic. that's right, cloves of garlic. we have more in today's ecosolutions. >> reporter: cloves to cows. it's the first stomach of the cow that breaks down grass. as the grass breaks down, methane is produced and the pungent gas is released as a belch and not at the other end. we tested the cows here on the farm. it could face the garlic contaminating the milk. if they find that they can't avoid it, they will stick to
made anybody believe that he would be compliant on a field trip to the spokane county fair on family day? this is a situation that, in my opinion, should not have happened. >> amen, i think a lot of people are saying. authorities say paul left the institution with a backpack full of clothes, food and a guitar. so, it looked like he wasn't planning on coming back. sheriffs say they weren't even told about it until two hours after his escape. >>> head of state social services has suspended field trips for inmates while an investigation is done. >>> this car wound up in water over its wheels west of atlanta. the red cross is helping dozens of families whose homes have been flooded. in a few minutes, bob van dillen will tell you when it's going to let up. >>> today, three men face charges related to a possible terrorism plot. naji zazi and his father will be in a court in denver. they found bomb-making plans on his laptop. in new york, a third man will be in court. sources say they may have been planning to attack a railroad or subway station in new york. so far, they're charged with lyi
are told tonight. spokane county sheriff's office confirming that phillip paul is in custody. he had been ott run now for three days, he is a patient from eastern state hospital. he is basically alluded authorities on to a massive manhunt the last three days, he had gone on a field trip and somehow slipped away from the takers who supposedly had to keep a close eye on this man and he disappeared. they have him in custody. a man criminally insane, convicted of murder back in 1987 after murdering an elderly woman and then dousing her body in gasoline in order it find her and burying her remains in her garden. this man, thankfully now in police custody after escaping three days ago. well, a massive black bear attacks, tourists at a highway rest stop in japan. be warned, however, this video may disturb viewers, taken by a shocked eyewitness. we slow it down here and you can see the bear mauling someone. on the ground. the victim's legs are sticking out and they're not moving. well, can you imagine how terrifying this must be? authorities were finally able to shoot and kill that bear inside a
give do me a favor and have mike baker in a speedo in the chair? >> greg, rob from spokane here. some people get their news from katie couric, some from gibson and some from shepherd smith but those who get their news from greg are drunk. >> greg, i was tuned in to the fox last night and notice that "red eye" wasn't on the air so i'm just calling to make sure that everything is okay. i myself couldn't get to sleep and it -- >> i'm still waiting for andy levy to meet me for sno-cones after the show. he would like me, i'm a nice jewish girl, katie o'hara, you know, andy call me. miss you, love you, bye. >>> greg, the thing about iphone. i went through i tunes to sighfy could download a "red eye" app and couldn't find one. any plans in the future to develop a "red eye" app for the iphone? i think it would be awesome. >> greg, one of the other callers called in and said that you reminded them of an evil peewee herman. peewee herman is evil! that doesn't make any sense. >> hey, greg, you keep telling people to call in with something smart to say and witty. you first. [ laughter ] >> nice.
was passed on to nixon and so in this home where all the serbian was spokane, the republicans re the party of choice except his mother s the first generation. she was born in the united states her parents wer from bosnia hers of no. >> she had a job as a ticket taker so she was a route chicago democrats. there is a clash in the household between demrats and republicans and his brother is also a staunch republican and and he is also indicted he figured hisolitical career would be better if he runs in chicago is a democrat so he moved over to 71 of his first political jobs was worth gaming with the but democrat who was a big time chicago aldermen who converted to republican partin the '80s? and i am wondering, this is a larger question, how much of his political philosophy is what truly animates him it is videologic all? >> guest: th is hard to figure out pricing his public political philosophys populism. he is concerned for the little guy his anti-tax comes from the in a gntor values of his father that theseere lo out for the little guy. his father worked in the steel mill and in the alaska
visiting the spokane county fair. a representative for the hospital workers union said it had become concerned about the type of patients allowed to participate in such outings. >> i think the questions that's are being raised are absolutely appropriate and the governor and i this morning when we spoke, some of the most serious questions i have about this are the policies and procedures that led to the outing, the choice of the outing. >> paul was committed after he was found not guilty by reason of insanity in a 1987 slaying of an elderly woman. he escaped in 1991 during a day trip to a washington lake and was later recaptured. >>> an aspiring rapper who posted songs on his web page about the thrill of murder is a suspect in the deaths of four people. yesterday virginia police arrested the man. on friday they discovered four bodies near richmond at the home of a university professor. the man was arrested at a richmond airport. police say he was waiting for a flight back to california. it isn't clear if he even knew the victims. he's charged with murder, robbery, and grand larceny. >
to the spokane county fair. he was acquitted by reason of insanity for the 1987 killing of an elderly woman. he testified he thought the woman was a witch. he is diagnosed withwitch. he is committed at the eastern state hospital. this is his second escape. again, an inmate has escaped from the hospital. >>> the h1n1 virus is hitting pregnant women especially hard. that's why the cdc is urging moms to be to be among the first to get the vaccine. last april and may 34% of pregnant women who had the virus had to be hospitalized. this is about twice at least what we would expect for this time of the year. if you talk to doctors they'll tell you i'm seeing a lot of flu at this time of year. >> health officials say the vaccine is safe for expecting mothers and the immunity can pass onto the baby. >>> the fed says our collective net worth is up slightly from the winter to $53 trillion. it's the value of the assets minus debts. home values stabilized. a sign we're paying off our debt. >>> aplying for student loans could be a whole new ball game. it would put the government in control and end subsidies
in spokane on thursday. and now state officials are facing intense criticism for allowing paul who has a violent criminal past to be on the field trip to begin with. he was convicted of admitting to killing an elderly woman back in 199 p. paul said he killed her because he thought she was a witch. >>> president obama will host the g-20 leaders in new york next week. the summit will be a good chance for a review of what each country has done to fight the economic downturn. he also said that though global economic conditions are stabilizing, that's not enough. >> because of the steps taken by nations and all nations cannot say that we have stopped our economic free fall. but stopping the bleeding isn't enough. our work is far from over. we still have a lot to do here at home to build an economy that's producing good jobs for all those who are looking for work today. >> and republicans are keeping you are their full-court press on president obama's health care overall plan. in a party's weekly address -- >> every family that confronts a serious illness should have access to the highest qu
and spokane. they could break a record for today. temperatures actually a little cooler. but still on the warm side. elsewhere across the nation, we're dealing with flooding rain in southern texas. the great lakes are going to see some nice weather. minneapolis, 81. normal this time of year, is in the 70s. of course, we have some rain in thanks so much.e of florida. this weather report has been brought to you by kashi. bill? >> okay, marysol. >>> we turn, again, to the story of the missing yale medical student, annie le. she disappeared earlier this week without a trace, just days before her wedding, which was set for tomorrow. and just yesterday, the venue got the call that they're officially cancelling that ceremony. and abc's sharyn alfonsi joins us from new haven, connecticut, where the search continues. sharyn? >> reporter: annie le was supposed to get married on long island this weekend. but there's been no sign of her since tuesday, when she walked into this yale lab building behind me. there are surveillance pictures of her then. but no picture of her leaving. now, state and federal in
is. phillip paul escaped while he and other patients were visiting the spokane county fair. the hospital workers union expressed concerns before his escape about some of the patients who are being taken on outings. >> questions that are being raised are absolutely appropriate. and the governor and i this morning when we spoke, some of the most serious questions i have about this are the policies and the procedures that led to the outing, the choice of the outing. >> paul is schizophrenic. he was found not guilty by reason of insanity back in 1987 for the slaying of an elderly woman. he briefly escaped once before in 1991 during a day trip to a washington lake. >>> the suspect in a multiple killing in virginia performed draft songs and violent killings that he posted on the internet. there he is in custody. the 20-year-old is charged with killing a virginia college professor and three other people. their bodies were discovered friday at a home in farmville outside of richmond. police arrested him at the richmond airport yesterday. they say he was preparing to fly home to cal
and behold, there's a nurse there. >> a nurse practitioner from spokane was there. she took my vitals and tried to get help on the way. and probably 15 minutes later, an rn had pulled in and got air support and ground support on the way. >> the doctor says that it was eight inches into you, this huge branch. it was resting on your jugular. had it been just a fraction of an inch either way, you might not be alive. i know you brought some pieces of that branch with you. >> yeah. >> that was in your neck! >> yes. >> when you look at that now, what do you think? >> i don't know how i'm still alive. >> yeah. >> i don't know. i don't know. >> well, michelle and daniel childers, i'm so glad you're here. i know you're still recovering, but truly an unbelievable story. and obviously you had great doctors. and the good news doctors say you didn't try and pull it out. you left it there and let the professionals take care of it. nice to see you both. we appreciate it. >> nice to see you. >>> up next, the results of one family's $500 family room makeover. how you can do it, too. >>> then later, ho
arnold paul slipped away on a field trip to the spokane county fair. the union that represents workers says it is concerned about the type of patients allowed to participate in such an outing. >>> the first time the three men have met, they will meet in new york after obama has separately meet with each of the leaders. no formal announcement is expected but obama arranged the meeting to reemphasize his commitment to making progress in mid east peace. >>> the space shuttle "discovery" is on its way home today from edwards air force base in california. it will piggy back on nasa's modified 747. weather conditions hampered the efforts in recent days to get the shuttle home. >> that is always such a cool sight to see, thank you, caroline. >>> three men arrested as part of an fbi terror investigation. one of the suspects was from new york and was an nypd informant who apparently turned. courtney with the latest. >> achmed is one of the suspects. he is an imam at a local mosque and we are right outside his house. this is where he lives. he has been arrested. he is arrested with lying. zazi v
field trip with the eastern state hospital as the group visited the spokane county fair. paul was judged criminally insane and schizophrenic and committed to the hospital after slashing a woman's throat. an official with the hospital says paul has a history of escape and assault. no comment was made as to why paul was allowed to go to this outing in the first place. >>> and the only man convicted in the 1988 lockerbie bombing has released documents he hopes to clear his name. abdel basset al megrahi says he hopes the arguments released today hopes will persuade the public these innocent of the attacks on flight 103 which killed 273 people. el megrahi, just released from prison on compassionate grounds last month. >>> up next, new details about the man accused of brutally strangling yale medical student annie le. what those who know him best are saying about raymond clark. >>> also, show me the money. we will tell you which political party has been getting most of the cash from the nfl. >> show me the money! >> jerry, you got to yell! >> show me the money! show me the money! 's heth insur
in tulsa, w know the penple in nebraska we know the people in spokane washington because we worked with them a few years ago on this event. when you look at the 2006 event, you know, the ufw influence was quite clear. the cover of my book has pictures of protesters widh the american flags. remember in the early march there s a seriesf mches that occurred in march, april and may of 2006 and the early on a numbdr o marchers had mexican flags. do you remember that? all this complaint. they are not really americans, they are from mexico, mexan flags the cesar chavez confronted this, so cesar told people we are going to waive the biggest american flags were we go. no one is going to accuse us of being communists. eliseo madino whenever this so after the first criticism they made sure at all those ralliec and protests there w no progress of rallied there were more american flags and human rights protests and the got the best media of any otest we have ever seeno that is the kind of mia savvy they got from the ufw, so i think the big picture here is that it is amazng movement triumphing o
the spokane county fair. a representative for the hospital workers union says it had become concerned about the type of patients allowed to participate in such outings. >> i think the questions that are being raised are absolutely appropriate and the governor and i this morning when we spoke, some of the most serious questions i have about this are the policies and procedures that led to the outing, the choice of the outing. >> paul was committed after he was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 1987 slaying of an elderly woman. he escaped in 1991 during a day trip to a washington lake and was later recaptured. >>> an aspiring rapper who posted songs on his webpage about the thrill of murder is a suspect in the deaths of four people. yesterday, virginia police arrested richard mccroskey iii. on friday they discovered four bodies. mc cross key was arrested at an airport. police say he was waiting for a flight back to california. it isn't clear if he knew the victims. he is rnlg chaed with murder, robbery and grand larceny. >>> new york city police want to know who killed a woman nea
that he would be compliant on a field trip to the spokane county fair on family day? this is a situation that, in my opinion, should not have happened. >> authorities also say that paul left the institution with a backpack full of clothe, food and a guitar, it looked like he wasn't planning to come back. sheriffs say they weren't even told about it until two hours after his escape. the head of state social services has suspended field trips for mental patients while an investigation is being done. >>> nonstop rain in the southeast, washing people out of their homes and stranding them in cars. this car wound up in the water over his wheels just west of atlanta. the red cross is helping dozens of families whose homes have been flooded. in a few minutes, bob van dillen will tell when you it's going to let up. >>> today, three men face charges related to a possible terrorism plot. na najibullah zazi will be in court along with his father. making plans on his laptop pap third manalities in court. they may have been planning to attack a railway or subway station in new york and so far charged
. host: gemma from spokane washington. are we safer -- jim spokane, washington. are we safer? caller: i have been over there. i served with the guard. we are not safe at all. being over there then coming back home, the news media does not tell what is really happening over there. we basically ignored afghanistan to the point they are within an arm's reach of a nuke. we have a thing called the patriot act which is doing more against the average american to make -- and make him feel safer. that is very, very dangerous. the democrats and republicans have not gotten together to develop a worker program so they can feed their families down in mexico. host: in -- mike in l.a. caller: are spent the last judgment service to our country. i believe that we are safer. we now have a president who is engaging and interested and intelligent and working on our problems at home, were trying to work on difficult problems like health care. the main reason that we are safer and the main reason that we have been so at risk, in my opinion, is that our former president got as into a situation in iraq and afg
caught. phillip arnold paul slipped away from a group at the spokane county fair last wednesday. he planned his escape. he had extra clothes, a back pack and $50 with him. >> funeral plans are being finalized for yale graduate student annie le. she was found dead in a yale laboratory building last week. a co-worker, raymond clark, has been charged with her murder. he remains in custody. >> in cuba hundreds of thousands gathered for a free concert for some of latin music's biggest stars. but it sit a sour note with cube and americans who watched on tv. jeffrey kofman report with this controversial concert from havana. >> reporter: it's the biggest event cuba has seen since the pope was here in 199. by official count, 1.2 million people came to havana's revolution square to hear 14 of the biggest acts in latin music, braving sweltering humidity and 100 degree heat to see superstars not normally seen in cuba. although this man lives in miami, he is not a house holted name in the united states yet but there's no one bigger in latin america. he and other performers organized and paid fo
in north spokane. the train tracks link that area with the fair grounds, so it is possible he is trying to follow those tracks, possibly headed to sunnyside, washington in the center of the state. his parents lived in that area, so authorities in that area have also been notified. bill: thank you for that. it is breaking news right now. authorities on the lookout, trying to recapture phillip paul. megyn: yesterday the white house had a meeting with one of the top pro-like advocate, assuring her health reform would not lead to a taxpayer funded abortions. did it work? bill: and you might remember two months ago three american hikers taken into custody for allegedly crossing the line into iran from iraq. their parents have written to officials in iran, but -- begging them to bring them back. in a moment we will find out what has happened since that arrest. megyn: they can kill a dog or a small child. look at this thing. we will show you what happened when a construction worker came face-to-face with this icon. >> another person assisted me, and when he moved it away, -- he was pulled up,
on a field trip to a fair. authorities in the spokane, washington area are looking for this man, a killer declared by the court to be criminally insane. he was on a field trip, and authorities say that he walked away for -- from his group, and the hospital with a two hours before alerting police. in 1987, he strangled an elderly woman, bearing her outside her home. at the time he said the voices in his head told him she needed to die. what can you tell us? >> when we get a report, we dispatch an officer or deputy to tell -- investigate who was seen. we believe he went south, toward the city of sunnyside in washington where his parents live. authorities tell us he was in contact with his parents almost daily from the state hospital, so it is likely that that is where he was headed -- is headed. i cannot comment on the state hospital's policies or practices. we were as surprised as anybody to find out that somebody with this type of history would be out in that family-oriented crowd type event. we are surprised and concerned, and those are questions we will be asking next week. at this time
seen with a group of 30 others at these c spokane county fair. hospital staff waited two hours to notify authorities paul was missing. this is not his first escape from custody. he has brown hair and blue eyes. he was last seen wearing a red windbreaker. police are concerned that the longer he goes without medication, the more dangerous he could be. if you have information, contact the number on the screen. martha: a very important letter arrived at the white house for president obama from seven prior cia directors. it is urging the president of the united states to use his authority over the department of justice and the attorney general. they say, let's close the investigation that eric holder reopened as to whether or not there was anything done in the cia investigations right after 9/11, the way the suspected terrorists were treated during that period. bill sammon joins us. is this letter a big deal? >> i think it is. it reopens backstthat scab. at the time, people said, these cases have already been looked at by career prosecutors in the justice department. if you read thr
in assists and steals. the tall and short of it in springfield, mass. >> i'm a small kid from spokane, washington, that was mooching nil la wafers off my neighbors who are here today and wallowing around in big shorts and now being inducted into the hall of name in short shorts. [laughter] >> so something is amiss. >> i played 30 years competitive ly and all those years, not once, never, was i the best player on my team. >> know, i -- this is a great honor. it's an incredible honor. and i don't even think it really hit me until tonight. i saw all these faces that marked my basketball career from beginning to ends and just all the joy everyone has brought me and the love and it's -- it's really just hit me. and i -- i thank you for this honor. >> also inducted were jerry sloan and c. vivian stringer. sloan's 21 seasons of the jazz is the longest reign by one coach for one team in nba history. and stringer is the only coach to lead three different schools to the women's final four. >> an idea of what you should watch on saturday, something ohio state fans haven't been able to watch or m
other member. 50 earmarks. 50 earmarks, including $2 million for a bike trail in spokane. a bike trail. right now the america people are hurting all over america. we're going to spend an additional $2 million for a bike trail. and $750 now for a -- quote -- "freight transportation policy institute." $750,000 of my taxpayer dollars is going to be spent in the state of washington for a freight transportation policy institute. other earmarks in this bill include $500 thundershower for construction -- $500,000 for scrusks a beach park promise laid in pascagoula, mississippi. according to citizens against government waste, an organization that has done incredible work on behalf of the taxpayers of america for many years, i quote: "the population of pascagoula in 2508 was 23,609. if each resident of the town paid $21.18 towards the beach park promise canadian, federal taxpayers, most of whom are unlikely ever to visit, would be off the hook." and that's the point. most americans will never benefit from these earmark projects except for those who happen to ride bikes in spokane, washington, o
degrees. inland areas, pendleton and spokane, very, very warm. and we're talking about this rain. this is on the move, the low that hasn't been moving much. it's illinois rain today. ohio area rain tomorrow. by sunday, it's east coast. new york city, into boston rain. and it is, the entire time, into the southeast. that's the way the system moves over t >>> a very good morning, we are in the 70's already downtown. we have a mild, but there mass around the area. we have a mild, but there mass around the area. all that weather was brought to you by "toy story" 1 and 2. >> open that jacket. let's see that three-piece suit. bringing the '70s back. >> i'm just saying. >> retro, baby. retro. >>> now, to what could be a medical breakthrough. for the 1st time in more than 20 years of trials, scientists say they have now come up with a vaccine that offers protection from aids. our senior medical editor, dr. richard besser is here. this is so promising. tell us about the study in thailand. >> that's right, robin. for thfirst time, we have a vaccine that's showing some affect. there's been
killer, not the kind of person i would want to meet with your kids while at the fair yet the spokane county fair is where officials from eastern state hospital took him for a field trip along with other patients. wall whose rap sheet includes the murder of an elderly woman in 1987 mingled with fairgoers, ditched his chaperons and vanished. nurses at the mental hospital tell abc news supervisors they warned them it was a bad idea. >> they said he was not stable. >> reporter: police say hospital officials made matters worse by waiting a full two hours to call 911. overnight the head of the agency that oversees the state's mental hospitals promised action. >> if indeed disciplinary action up to termination is necessary i can assure the citizens of the state of washington i will make the necessary changes that need to happen here to make sure this cannot happen again. >> reporter: police believe paul had planned the escape for months. when he was found he had a sickle with a nine-inch blade, a backpack and a guitar. in fact his myspace page includes songs like "nut hut" and "rock 'n' rol
apprehended phillip around paul who escaped from a mental institution during a field trip to a fair in spokane county. he remained on the loose three days before spotted by police who managed to take him back into custody. >>> in connecticut public defenders representing the man accused of killing annie le is asked investigation of leaked evidence in the case. meanwhile le aerks body has been returned to a funeral home near her home in northern california. >>> former french prime minister took the stand today in a high profile slander trial. he is charged with conspiring to sneer current president nicolas sarkozy. >>> three terror suspects expected this court today as the feds try to determine the extent of this alleged plot. pete williams joins us now. what more do we know about these men and what they are charged with, pete? >> i think we will know more today when they app in court. typically you know what the prosecution has in mind. at this point only charged with lying to federal investors who are trying to figure out what is going on when the man in the center of this case, najibullah za
from spokane, washington. caller: i am a conservative. the real issue is, and this is something that the rest of the media has overlooked, rep wilson is still an active colonel in the army national guard. what he did is against the law. he violated the code of justice, of being disrespectful to the american commander in chief. if i did something like that to mr. wilson on a base, i would be thrown out of the service and removed of my rank. the office of the president is bigger than just one man, it is a symbol. like the american flag or the liberty bell, these should not be this respected. when these representatives get up on their soapbox, it would be nice if these -- if you would do some investigating to see how much money they are getting from different interest groups. i will get off of line. thank you for c-span. guest: the caller brings up an interesting point, campaign contributions. a point that i would like to make, joe wilson took in $1.5 million over the past week in campaign contributions. he basically put out a fund- raising video saying that he will not be muzzled
al qaeda and any other terrorist organization. host: gym in spokane, washington, independent. what do you think? are we safer than we were eight years ago? caller: i have been to iraq and i served in the guard. we are not safe at all. being over there, coming back home here, i notice that the news media does not really tell what is happening over there. we basically ignore afghanistan to the point to where al qaeda is in the arms reach of a nuke. we have a thing here called the patriot act which is doing more to suppress the average american than making them feel safer. that is very dangerous, and republicans and democrats have not gotten together to put together a worker program, which is helping a lot of people from mexico to feed their families in mexico. host: michael from los angeles, a democrat. caller: i respect the last element's service -- i respect the last gentleman's service, but i believe we are safer now. we have a president trying to work on very difficult problems like health care, but the main reason we are safer and the main reason we have been at risk in my opinion
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